Swirl Cookies Jigsaw Puzzle

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Free Christmas jigsaw puzzle of a basket of cookies. The cookies are sprinkled with sesame seeds and have swirls of chocolate.

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elijah13
Oct 3, 2016
I want one of these! They look so yummy!
wolfemel012
Dec 28, 2014
I want 1 of these cookies
toadalove
Mar 13, 2015
Me too!
toadalove
Mar 3, 2015
Looks yummy!
pixipixil
Dec 7, 2014
Lots of fun, this one. I like spirals. They're tricky. I think my mom made those cookies. Don't you have to refrigerate them as a roll before cutting them into cookies?
I don't bake. My husband can't control his appetite so we avoid most high calorie snacks. We get the fat free stuff which isn't all that tasty.
Baking takes more time and energy than I have and since we have no family nearby with whom to celebrate it would be a waste.
My one concession to Christmas this year is to send cards as always. Otherwise I am not decorating, or much else. Too many memories for this year. But I applaud all who are in the spirit and love to go all out.
I will enjoy seeing their lawn decorations I love the lights.
Anybody care to share how they decorate outside?
Wishing you happy anticipations.
cindyj28
Dec 7, 2014
The only lights I do outside is a lighted star, but I have to confess I do drive around and look at others lights, the best one I have seen thus far is an area in the woods with lighted deer in it. It is beautiful and very unique. Some of the neighbors do it too so it makes for a beautiful drive. especially in the snow.
trynfindit
Dec 7, 2014
Pixi, my prayers are with you. You've been through such terrible trials this year. Even if you don't decorate this year may I suggest getting several pillar candles and lighting them. Candles, to me anyway, watching their flame, are comforting. The flame can represent your son. The candle flame can remind us of when Jesus spoke to his followers saying, "I am the Light of the world..." And the Holy Spirit came to the Disciples in the form of tongues of fire. God be with you at this time and always.
aussiesapphire
Dec 7, 2014
Dear Pixi, This Christmas will be particularly sad for you, but know that your friends on here will be upholding you in prayer. Take care. Hugs.
trynfindit
Dec 7, 2014
In reply to how we decorate outside:
We hang wreaths with red bows on the front windows, a wreath on the door, a star of Bethlehem over the front walk and icicle lights on our split-rail fence across the front yard with a red bow on each of the fenceposts. Among the inside decorations are single candles (electric) in each window beneath the wreaths.
pixipixil
Dec 7, 2014
Thank you Cindy, trynfindit and Aussie for your concern, advice and prayers. Just knowing you guys are there rooting for us is a big consolation. My doctor wanted to know if he could "do anything". I told him I'd wait on God for that but thanks anyway.
I'm hanging on to His promise that those who mourn shall be comforted. You all are doing His will. Thank you.
mamag15
Dec 7, 2014
My husband hung blue lights, red stockings and big red bows around the railing of our trailer. I did not feel like much of Christmas this year but, I know Jake would have loved for me to decorate the tree with his special ornaments and put his Manger set out. I miss that kid so much!!! I would love to climb to heaven, kick him in the butt, and then hug the stuffings out of him. He will forever be 21. This is a hard time of year for so many people I want to keep them all in prayer as the Holidays can be very stressful on most everyone. God bless you all.
pixipixil
Dec 8, 2014
Yeah. I know exactly the feeling. Mine was 32 and oh so handsome. Hope the decorating brings him close to you and your husband, mamag.
trynfindit
Dec 8, 2014
Pixi, mamag, you and any who have lost children have what must be the worst pain to bear. I've posted the URL for this poem before but it bears repeating. It's called "I'm Spending Christmas With Jesus Christ This Year." My aunt sent it to us the year my mother passed away 5 days before Christmas.

http://www.abundantfun.com/poems/poemn70.html#.VIUbc8moGPY
pixipixil
Dec 8, 2014
Lovely poem tryndindit. It really helps. Thank you.
mamag15
Dec 8, 2014
Thank you Trynfindit. I found that poem on my face book site for parents who have lost children and who have lost children and loved by suicide. Having dealt a double whammy can really be overwhelming at times. I never thought I would be a statistic. But I know I am not alone. God bless all those who have lost loved ones this past year and past years. You will never be forsaken or forgotten.
cindyj28
Dec 9, 2014
I would recommend to anyone who has lost a loved one to go to a good grief group. I did and it helped a great deal. another positive idea, why not start your own group for whatever your loss is. I am starting a widows group as there are all of a sudden 3 new widows in our church. And they all need a shoulder to lean on and as I lost my husband 10 years ago, I am able to say "Yes, there is life after a loss like that". Think about it and pray and see if God doesn't use you too.
aussiesapphire
Dec 9, 2014
Lovely Cindy, and I am sure God will bless you for that as will those who need to talk through their grief. Hugs.
seaview
Dec 8, 2014
Found my pinwheel cookie recipe. I even wrote on it delicious but a lot of work. For anyone who wants a try at it:
3 cups flour
2 tsps. baking powder
1/2 tsp salt
1 cup butter or margarine (I used butter)
1 cup sugar
2 eggs
2 tsps. vanilla
2 (1 oz. ) squares unsweetened chocolate, melted & cooled
Sift together flour, baking powder & salt; set aside.
Cream together butter & sugar in bowl till light & fluffy at medium speed. Add eggs, one at a time, beating well after each addition. Beat in vanilla.
Gradually stir dry ingredients into creamed mixture, blending well.
Divide dough in half. Blend chocolate into one half. Cover dough & refrigerate at least 1 1/2 hours.
Divide chocolate dough & vanilla dough into halves. Return unused portions to refrigerator.
Roll out chocolate dough on waxed paper to 12x10 inch rectangle. Roll out vanilla dough on waxed paper to 12x10 inch rectangle. Place chocolate dough on top of vanilla dough, waxed paper side up. Peel off waxed paper. Roll up dough like a jelly roll, starting from wide edge & peeling off waxed paper from vanilla dough as you roll. Wrap roll in waxed paper & refrigerate till firm enough to slice, about 1 1/2 hours. Repeat with remaining refrigerated chocolate & vanilla dough.
Cut each roll into 48 slices, about 1/4 inch thick. Place slices, about 2 inches apart, on greased baking sheets.
Bake in 375 degree oven 7 minutes or till lightly browned. Remove from baking sheets; cool on racks. Makes 8 dozen.
Don't remember if I cut them bigger or not than stated but I usually have to change something but can experiment with it.
kittycat77
Dec 8, 2014
Saw your post on 12/8 and came back to find this. I will have to give it a lot thought if I want to try it but it looks good. thanks
KwkClkrSwkr68
Dec 8, 2014
Hot chocolate and cider look GOOD!!!!
nlbuchanan
Dec 7, 2014
Ooooh, my head is spinning! Wait - it's the cookies spinning, not my head. That was a fun one. I just pulled out a boxed puzzle to work on during the gray days of winter. You're all invited to come work on it with me - just not all at once! I'll even give you some hot chocolate or cider.

God bless you all today and every day.
aussiesapphire
Dec 7, 2014
Will be there in spirit nlb. Hugs.
pixipixil
Dec 7, 2014
Coming over soon. Would love hot chocolate and marshmallows. I have a memory of working on a huge jugsaw with some strangers while on vacation and it was one of the most peaceful times I ever had.
lydiagintn
Dec 7, 2014
I've got two 1000 piece puzzles waiting in the closet! But, I've got 3 cats who would love to have a little puzzle fun, too! I have heard that those puzzle mats where you roll up your unfinished puzzle each day, day work very well. Guess I'll have to wait a few more years to work them!
zoozq
Dec 7, 2014
OH! I've made these years ago....I'm talking YEARS! I don't believe I will ever home make these again, but to eat them again oh yeah...bring some to me and watch them disappear right before your eyes! Course I need my glass of MILK too!! Hehehe
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